HealthyLife® Students' Self-Care Guide
Section IV–Mental Health Facts
Table of Contents
A Therapists' Who's Who
Alcohol/Drug Abuse Counselor - often has a degree in either social work, psychology, or psychiatry and works in a variety of settings, including drug treatment centers and family service agencies.
Employee Assistance Professional - mental health professionals provided by employers to offer confidential services to employees and, often, to their families. These counselors can be occupational physicians, nurses, psychologists, professional counselors, social workers, and/or trained union members. They provide assessment, brief counseling, and when appropriate, referral to community resources. Some are Certified Employee Assistance Professionals (CEAP).